NORBERT BRÜGGE

About me und my profession


I studied from 1962 to 1967 geology at the Humboldt University in Berlin and graduated with a diploma. According to the topic of my diploma thesis, I have specialized in paleontology. Professionally, I have continued this specialization. Due to disagreements with the political system in East Germany (former GDR) at the time, I had to change my job after 10 years. The paleontologist became hydrogeologist (with experience in flow simulation).


Special interests: Geology and paleontology of the Sahara

Parallel interest: Rocket technology

My strength: Analytics


Publications:


2017

Carboniferous plant-fossil Paleoweichselia halfa n.sp. -- A new species of the Genus Paleoweichselia POTONIE & GOTHAN (1909) in North Africa (Sudan/Egypt)

PDF (online)


1977

Silesiathyris n.gen. (Brachiopoda, Zeilleriidae) -- ein neues Genus aus dem Unteren Muschelkalk von Gorny Slask (VR Polen).

Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften, Berlin, Heft 5, Seite 663 - 675,  2 Abb., 

1 Tab., 3 Taf.


1974 

Zur Kenntnis von Dielasma elongata (SCHLOTHEIM, 1816), einer Leitform (Brachiopoda, Terebratulida) aus dem Werra-Zyklus des germanischen Zechsteins

Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften, Berlin, Heft 2, Seite 185 - 205, 7 Abb., 1 

Tab., 4 Taf.


1973

Zur stratigraphischen Einstufung des Oberdevon-Profils "Alte Heerstraße" bei Schleiz, Bezirk Gera. (by Conodonts and Cephalopods)

Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften, Berlin, Heft 3, Seite 319 - 327, 1 Tab., 2 Taf. (Extract of the diploma thesis)


1973

Eremithyris n.gen. (Brachiopoda, Dielasmatidae) -- ein neues Leitfossil aus dem Hauptdolomit des germanischen Zechsteins.

Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften, Berlin, Heft 2, Seite 195 - 213, 9 Abb., 

3 Tab., 2 Taf.


1970

Many foraminifera, photographed and determined, in thin sections from drilling cores in limestone-deposits of Lower Carboniferous (German Baltic Sea coast).

Not published scripts, because at this time officially classified as secret material.

In February 2019, the entire material was handed over to the Institute of Geology and Mineralogy of the University of Cologne (Prof. Dr. H.-G. Herbig).

Note: Where the numerous thin sections to the samples are archived today, I do not know.

As student on Exkursion

As Hydrogeologist

As old man in the Libyan desert

Ich danke Norbert Brügge, der mich oft beraten hatte.

Die Arbeit von Norbert werde ich bei mir auf der Homepage weiter publizieren. 

Er hat eine hervorragende Arbeit geleistet.


I would like to thank Norbert Brügge, who often advised me.

I will continue to publish Norbert's work on my homepage. He has done an outstanding job.

EGYPT: LIBYAN DESSERT 

The non-impact origin of the Libyan Desert Glass (LDG) 

an unique opaline glass of volcanic origin (hyalite group)


These reports will be published as an active PDF link for the time being

EGYPT: LIBYAN DESSERT 

The non-impact origin of the Libyan Desert Glass (LDG)  PDF

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